Please read Petplan's "Eat This, Not That!" handy guide and be informed!
Why am I sharing this information?
Longtime readers know that 2.5 years ago I ingested an Aleve tablet -- common name NAPROXEN -- and ended up hospitalized, fighting for my life.
My special Idaho vet Dr. Ward did everything she could to help, including the most important first step: getting me to the emergency vet at Midnight on a Sunday night, so that an IV of fluids could be started on me immediately. I was later transferred to Dr. Ward's care, and she nursed me back to health.
Here's a picture when I was under Dr. Ward's 24/7 care. The tube over Mom's shoulder is my IV line.
You can read a few of my posts about that time here (read down to Dr. Ward's informative comment and through all the comments to see all the love and support, which helped me get well) and here (my ten-day get-well mark). We also did blood work for several months afterward to monitor my health.
The whole experience was terrifying! Dr. Ward is amazing. Thank you, Dr. Ward. Thank you, all, for your prayers to help me heal.
Now here's a recent photograph of me all healthy and doing one of things I love: flying!
Mom says that I'm an all-around champion.
Thank you Petplan for helping educate our humans to keep us fur folk safe. Remember: please read Petplan's "Eat This, Not That!" handy guide and be informed!
Tootsie and her humans
Fur disclosure: we received no treats or payment for this post. It's a general service post.